Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies by Doug McCune, Deepa Subramaniam

By Doug McCune, Deepa Subramaniam

Able to flex your net improvement muscle groups and begin construction wealthy net functions? With Flex 3.0, you could create nice RIAs that practice like laptop purposes utilizing Adobe Flash participant, that is already put in on greater than ninety five percentage of Internet-connected desktops. And the joys and simple way™ to wake up to hurry on Flex is with Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies.
This pleasant consultant exhibits you ways Flex enables you to leverage the ability of Adobe’s ubiquitous Flash know-how to construct huge purposes. If you’ve written code in any language, Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies gets you began, introduce you to FlexBuilder and the Flex framework, and feature you construction a few relatively “flashy” stuff prior to you recognize it. You’ll learn how to:<ul type="disc">* improve interactive purposes with out being concerned approximately browser adjustments* Use the development version* paintings with ActionScript and MXML* construct easy person interface controls and data-driven controls* organize info binding* layout and validate consumer information* Create, run, and fresh a undertaking* discover Flex supervisor periods* paintings with styling and skinning Flex components
All the code utilized in the ebook is at the significant other website to save lots of you that rather more time. Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies is helping you develop into Flex-literate in a flash!
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Taking Flex to the Desktop with AIR Adobe developed Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR), previously code-named Apollo, to let you deploy Flex applications as computer desktop applications. By using AIR, you can create your own desktop applications that can run natively on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. You can create AIR applications as Flex applications or AJAX applications, so if you know how to create Flex or AJAX applications, you can create desktop applications, too. When deciding whether AIR is the right technology for your application, consider these three main features that AIR provides: ߜ Local file-system access: One of the main reasons for moving from a Web-based Flex application to a desktop AIR application is the integrated local file-system access that AIR offers.

The most important event that a Button dispatches is probably the click event. When the Button is clicked, it dispatches a new event to announce that it was clicked. The Button is responsible only for making that announcement and doesn’t care which other parts of your application, if any, are listening for the announcement. Dispatching events is one-half of the event model. But because the components that dispatch events don’t know anything about what’s supposed to happen when these events occur, in order to make something happen, you need to have event listeners that listen for these events.

This “something” might be a mouse click or a notification that a file has finished downloading or anything else that a component wants to tell other components about. Events are a fundamental part of the Flex framework, and you must properly understand how the event model is supposed to work in Flex applications. All components in the Flex framework define specific events that you can listen for. When something happens within a component that it wants to announce, such as a button click, the component dispatches an event.

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